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The Hypocrites: A Play in Four Acts (Classic Reprint)

The Hypocrites: A Play in Four Acts (Classic Reprint)

by Henry Arthur Jones
     
 

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Scene: Mrs. Wilmore's boudoir, the Manor House, Weybury, a, bright pretty room in an old English country house. A door at back, centre. A large sofa left of the door at back. A large bow window opening out upon garden tip left. A cottage piano with revolving music-stool down left, below window. A door up right

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Excerpt from The Hypocrites: A Play in Four Acts

Scene: Mrs. Wilmore's boudoir, the Manor House, Weybury, a, bright pretty room in an old English country house. A door at back, centre. A large sofa left of the door at back. A large bow window opening out upon garden tip left. A cottage piano with revolving music-stool down left, below window. A door up right, A fireplace down right, with a fire burning. A comfortable armchair above the fireplace. A table with chairs right centre.

Time: About four on an autumn afternoon.

Discover Mrs. Wilmore seated at table talking to Mrs. Linnell, who is standing near. Mrs. Wilmore is a charming English lady of forty-five, well-bred, well-dressed, still attractive in face and figure, with easy, pleasant, winning manners. Mrs. Linnell is a bright, pretty, ordinary little lady, very tidily, but very cheaply dressed.

Mrs. Wilmore.

Mr. Wilmore is much annoyed by Mr Linnell's conduct -

Airs. L. I'm very sorry -

Mrs. W. My dear, your husband has been curate of Weybury for just a year.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781330752166
Publisher:
FB &c Ltd
Publication date:
07/05/2015
Pages:
174
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.37(d)

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